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Former 'Lethal Weapon' Star Explains Why He Was Fired

Former 'Lethal Weapon' Star Explains Why He Was Fired

According to other sources, Clayne Crawford was fired because of abusive and dangerous behavior on set. Now he's offering his side of the story and claiming that he was fired because people in Hollywood are "delicate flowers." Read on for details.


Via Us Weekly.

Clayne Crawford is opening up. In May, the actor was fired from Lethal Weapon due to inappropriate on-set behavior. Following the firing, Variety published audio from set that broadcast a fight between Crawford and his costar Damon Wayans. Another video showed a very frustrated Crawford screaming at the assistant director about on-set commotion, getting extremely angry.

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On Wednesday, August 29, Crawford, 40, joined the “Drinkin’ Bros” podcast to share his side of the story, claiming the incident that was reported – that he was yelling at children next to a pool – as a “blatant f—king lie.” He stated that they were taking eight hours to film a three-page scene and everyone was getting frustrated. He said he was yelling at the AD whose job it was to keep things quiet on set because he felt the entire thing felt “creatively disrespectful.”

“I snapped. Should I have gone to my trailer? 100 percent. Should I have just gone and waited? That’s what I was instructed to do when there was a problem — you go sit in your trailer and you lock your door and you take a nap,” he admitted. “Hollywood is very sensitive, so I should not have screamed and yelled, right, because it’s a bunch of very delicate flowers out there.”

He also said he wasn’t surprised the tapes were released, claiming the network had been using them against him.

“I knew that they were going to release these tapes because they’d been blackmailing me with them for months and months and months, the entire second season,” he alleged.”And I have all the text messages from these people and voicemails from these people saying, ‘Obviously you’re not the problem, but you’ve got to get ahead of this because you know they’re going to use those tapes against you.'”

Get the rest of the story at Us Weekly.


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